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Want to become a better writer? Perhaps you want to write novels, or maybe you just want to get better grades in your essay writing assignments , or maybe you'd like to start a popular blog .

If you want to write better, you need practice. But what does a writing practice actually look like? In this post, I'm going to give you everything you need to kick off your writing practice and become a better writer faster.

100 Top Writing Practice Lessons and Exercises

What Is Writing Practice?

Writing practice is a method of becoming a better writer that usually involves reading lessons about the writing process, using writing prompts, doing creative writing exercises , or finishing writing pieces, like essays, short stories , novels , or books . The best writing practice is deliberate, timed, and involves feedback.

How Do You Practice Writing?

This was the question I had when I first started The Write Practice in 2011. I knew how to practice a sport and how to practice playing an instrument. But for some reason, even after studying it in college, I wasn't sure how to practice writing.

I set out to create the best writing practice I could. The Write Practice is the result.

I found that the best writing practice has three aspects:

Deliberate . Writing whatever you feel like may be cathartic, but it's not an effective way to become a better writer or build your writing skills. You'll get better faster by practicing a specific technique or aspect of the writing process each time you sit down to write.

This is why we have a new lesson about the writing process each day on The Write Practice, followed by a practice prompt at the end so you can put what you learned to use immediately.

Timed . It's no secret writers struggle with focus. There are just too many interesting distractions—Facebook, email, Kim Kardashian's Instagram feed (just kidding about that last one, sort of)—and writing is just too hard sometimes.

Setting a timer, even for just fifteen minutes, is an easy and effective way to stay focused on what's important.

This is why in our writing practice prompt at the end of each post we have a time limit, usually with a link to an online tool egg timer , so you can focus on deliberate practice without getting distracted.

Feedback . Getting feedback is one of the requirements to deliberately practice writing or any other craft. Feedback can look like listening to the reactions of your readers or asking for constructive criticism from editors and other writers.

This is why we ask you to post your writing practice after each lesson, so that you can get feedback from other writers in The Write Practice community. It's also why we set up The Write Practice Pro community , to provide critique groups for writers to get feedback on each finished piece of writing.

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Now that you know how we practice writing at The Write Practice, here are our best writing practice lessons to jumpstart your writing skills with some daily writing exercises, for beginner writers to even the most expert writers:

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2. Top 100 Short Story Ideas . Here are over a hundred writing prompts in a variety of genres. If you need ideas for your next story, check this out!

3. How To Use Neither, Nor, Or, and Nor Correctly . Even good writers struggle figuring out when to use neither/nor and either/or. In this post, our copy-queen Liz Bureman settles the confusion once and for all. Click to continue to the writing exercise

4. Ten Secrets To Write Better Stories . How does Pixar manage to create such great stories, year after year? And how do you write a good story? In this post, I distill everything I've learned about how to write a good story into ten tips. Click to continue to the writing exercise

5. 35 Questions To Ask Your Characters From Marcel Proust . To get to know my characters better, I use a list of questions known as the Proust Questionnaire, made famous by French author, Marcel Proust. Click to continue to the writing exercise

6. How a Scene List Can Change Your Novel-Writing Life . Creating a scene list changed my novel-writing life, and doing the same will change yours too. Includes examples of the scene lists from famous authors. Click to continue to the writing exercise

7. Why You Need to be Using the Oxford Comma . Most people I've met have no idea what the Oxford comma is, but it's probably something that you have used frequently in your writing. Click to continue to the writing exercise

8. Six Surprising Ways to Write Better Interview Questions.  The interview is the most-used tool in a journalist's bag. But that doesn't mean novelists, bloggers, and even students can't and don't interview people. Here's how to conduct a great interview. Click to continue to the writing exercise

9. Why You Should Try Writing in Second Person . You've probably used first person and third person point-of-view already. But what about second person? This post explains three reasons why you should try writing from this point-of-view. Click to continue to the writing exercise

10. The Secret to Show, Don't Tell . You've heard the classic writing rule, “Show. Don't Tell.” Every writing blog ever has talked about it, and for good reason. Showing, for some reason, is really difficult. Click to continue to the writing exercise.

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15 Grammar Lessons and Exercises

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4 Journalism Lessons and Exercises

Want to be a journalist? Or even use techniques from journalism to improve your novel, essay, or screenplay? Here are our best writing lessons on journalism:

  • Six Ways to Ask Better Questions In Interviews
  • How Should You Interview Someone? Over Email? In Person?
  • What If They Don’t Want to Talk to You?
  • Eleven Habits of a Highly Effective Interviewers

16 Plot and Structure Lessons and Exercises

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  • Points of a Story: 6 Plot Points Every Story Needs
  • How to Shape a Story: The 6 Arcs
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  • 4 Tips to Avoid Having Your Short Story Rejected by a Literary Magazine
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  • 3 Important Rules for Writing Endings
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  • Overcoming the Monster
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  • Pow! Boom! Ka-Pow! 5 Tips to Write Fight Scenes
  • The Dramatic Question and Suspense in Fiction
  • How to Write a Memorable Beginning and Ending
  • How to Write the Perfect First Page

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These writing and storytelling techniques will teach you a few tricks of the trade you may not have discovered before:

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  • 16 Observations About Real Dialogue
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  • Why We Write: Four Reasons
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3 Publishing Blogging Lessons and Exercises

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Is It Time To Begin Your Writing Practice?

It's clear that if you want to become a writer, you need to practice writing. We've created a proven process to practice your writing at The Write Practice, but even if you don't join our community, I hope you'll start practicing in some way today.

Personally, I waited  far  too long to start practicing and it set my writing back years.

How about you? Do you think practicing writing is important?  Let me know in the comments section .

Choose one of the writing practice posts above. Then, read the lesson and participate in the writing exercise, posting your work in the Pro Practice Workshop . And if you post, please give feedback to your fellow writers who also posted their practices.

Have fun and happy practicing!

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Handwriting Worksheets

Trace and Learn the Shape Worksheet

Trace and Learn the Shape Worksheet

Make ELA practice a joyride by tracing and learning shapes.

Tracing Cursive Letters: Uppercase A Worksheet

Tracing Cursive Letters: Uppercase A Worksheet

Perfect your uppercase A with cursive tracing exercises and enjoy coloring two fun images in this fun worksheet!

Sentence Writing Practice: Pets

Sentence Writing Practice: Pets

Engage your students with this pet-themed, printable worksheet to enhance their handwriting and vocabulary skills.

Let's Trace: -ab family words Worksheet

Let's Trace: -ab family words Worksheet

Boost literacy skills with this printable worksheet focusing on tracing and repetition of words from the "-ab" family.

Creative Writing Worksheets

Make Your Own To-Do List Worksheet

Make Your Own To-Do List Worksheet

Create your own to-do list in this application worksheet! Organize tasks and develop planning skills. Start prioritizing and achieving goals today!

Time to Say Thank You Worksheet

Time to Say Thank You Worksheet

Write a thank you note and express gratitude. Enhance appreciation and writing skills. Get started now!

A Visit to My Backyard Worksheet

A Visit to My Backyard Worksheet

Say hello to your backyard. Learn how to observe and record your observations to enhance your skills. Start exploring this fun activity worksheet now!

I Spy with My Little Eye: Spot Friends in the Garden Worksheet

I Spy with My Little Eye: Spot Friends in the Garden Worksheet

Explore the outdoors with this kindergarten worksheet! Sharpen your observation skills and have some fun while doing it!

All Writing Worksheets

Trace Along the Lines Worksheet

Trace Along the Lines Worksheet

Enhance your linguistic skills by tracing along the lines with this worksheet.

Trace and Reach the Animal Food Worksheet

Trace and Reach the Animal Food Worksheet

Kids must trace and reach the animal food in this printable worksheet.

Trace to the Food Worksheet

Trace to the Food Worksheet

Kids must correctly trace the path to the food in this fun worksheet.

Trace the Slide Worksheet

Trace the Slide Worksheet

Dive into this fun-filled printable worksheet by tracing the slide.

Write a Thank You Note Worksheet

Write a Thank You Note Worksheet

Have you thanked someone lately? Express gratitude with this worksheet. Start spreading appreciation today!

Trace the Mountain Worksheet

Trace the Mountain Worksheet

Put your skills to the test by tracing the mountain in this ELA worksheet.

You Have a Friend in Me! Worksheet

You Have a Friend in Me! Worksheet

Let's talk about friendship in this fun application-based worksheet! Get started now!

Trace the Water Drops Worksheet

Trace the Water Drops Worksheet

This ELA worksheet will fill your child with zest by practicing to trace the water drops.

Can You Convince Someone? Worksheet

Can You Convince Someone? Worksheet

Build your persuasive powers with an engaging activity to develop communication and argumentation skills. Unlock the art of persuasion with this worksheet today!

Trace the Balloon Threads Worksheet

Trace the Balloon Threads Worksheet

In this worksheet, learners will have to trace the balloon threads.

Design Your Birthday Invitation Worksheet

  • Design Your Birthday Invitation Worksheet

Got a birthday coming up? This printable invitation template is perfect for notifying guests in the proper manner. Let's dive into the joy of making invitations!

Time to go Home Worksheet

Time to go Home Worksheet

Make ELA practice a joyride by tracing the path correctly.

How to Structure Your Opinion Worksheet

How to Structure Your Opinion Worksheet

Empower young learners with the skills to master the art of structuring their opinion with our awesome hamburger model. Unlock your expressive potential today!

Time to Visit the Church Worksheet

Time to Visit the Church Worksheet

Trace the lines as it is time to visit the church!

Time to Conduct a Survey! Worksheet

Time to Conduct a Survey! Worksheet

Engage in survey fun with our exciting activity worksheet! Connect with people and gather opinions on the given statement. Record their answers and boost social skills.

Trace the House Worksheet

Trace the House Worksheet

In this worksheet, learners will get to trace the house to practice ELA skills.

What Are Your Thoughts on This? Worksheet

What Are Your Thoughts on This? Worksheet

Spark conversations with our worksheet! Engage with others and gather their thoughts on a question of your choice. It's time to connect and question!

Trace the Snail's Path Worksheet

Trace the Snail's Path Worksheet

Reinforce ELA concepts by tracing the snail's path.

Whats Your Routine? Worksheet

Whats Your Routine? Worksheet

Practicing putting words together to form sentences can strengthen your little learner's reading, writing, and analysis skills.

Trace the Balloon Worksheet

Trace the Balloon Worksheet

Help your child trace the balloon in this fun-filled ELA worksheet.

Creative Writing with Friendship Interviews! Worksheet

Creative Writing with Friendship Interviews! Worksheet

Help your child explore the power of friendship with our fun activity worksheet: Friendship Interview! Engage in an interview, and discuss the qualities of a special friend.

Trace the Fish Worksheet

Trace the Fish Worksheet

Help your little one trace the fish and make ELA practice interesting.

Cut and Paste the Parts of a Letter Worksheet

Cut and Paste the Parts of a Letter Worksheet

Delve into the realm of letter composition to nurture effective communication skills! Engage in interactive exercises on understanding the parts of a letter.

Trace the Uppercase A Worksheet

Trace the Uppercase A Worksheet

Master language arts by tracing the Uppercase 'A'.

Lets Write a Silly Poem! Worksheet

Lets Write a Silly Poem! Worksheet

Ignite students' imagination with this fun worksheet! Students will explore the world of silly poems and create their own version.

Trace the lowercase a Worksheet

Trace the lowercase a Worksheet

Add elements of fun to your ELA practice by tracing the lowercase 'a'.

Lets Write Moonys Diary Entry! Worksheet

Lets Write Moonys Diary Entry! Worksheet

Embark on a creative and captivating journey with our fun worksheet! Compose a diary entry as Moony, sharing adventures in a foreign land.

Let's Trace Uppercase A! Worksheet

Let's Trace Uppercase A! Worksheet

Get your pencils ready! Practice tracing the uppercase letters with this fun uppercase A worksheet.

Make Your Own Whodunit Mystery! Worksheet

Make Your Own Whodunit Mystery! Worksheet

Everyone loves a mystery! Give your budding writer a chance to create their own fictional story based on the writing prompts provided in this thrilling worksheet.

Let's Trace Lowercase A! Worksheet

Let's Trace Lowercase A! Worksheet

Get ready for tracing fun! Let's trace the lowercase letters with this awesome lowercase A worksheet.

Map Your Own Story! Worksheet

Map Your Own Story! Worksheet

Explore the steps to crafting your own captivating story through our fun worksheet. Enhancing storytelling and writing skills is just a download away!

Animal Tracing Letter A Worksheet

Animal Tracing Letter A Worksheet

Get the fun going with these animal-themed letter tracing worksheets! Let's practice tracing letter A.

Write A Letter to a Character Worksheet

Write A Letter to a Character Worksheet

Embark on a creative writing journey with our grade two creative writing worksheet. Dive into an imaginative letter writing experience now!

Tracing Uppercase Letters: A Worksheet

Tracing Uppercase Letters: A Worksheet

Get your colors out! Color and trace the uppercase letters with this fun uppercase A worksheet.

Write A Letter to Santa Worksheet

Write A Letter to Santa Worksheet

Discover the holiday spirit with this worksheet: A Letter to Santa! Compose a heartfelt letter to Santa Claus for a memorable letter-writing experience!

Tracing Lowercase Letters: A Worksheet

Tracing Lowercase Letters: A Worksheet

A for apple! Practice tracing and coloring the lowercase letters with this fun lowercase A worksheet.

Write an Acrostic Poem! Worksheet

  • Write an Acrostic Poem! Worksheet

Enhance your child's writing skills and artistic expression with our fun worksheet! Students will craft an acrostic poem and indulge in a delightful learning experience!

Writing Worksheet – Color and Trace Uppercase B

Color and Trace - Uppercase B Worksheet

Embark on a unique journey into uppercase 'B,' fostering handwriting finesse and artistic flair in children with this worksheet.

Create a Sentence! Worksheet

Create a Sentence! Worksheet

Spark creativity with our fun worksheet! Craft sentences using special words and spark your imagination by drawing illustrations for them.

Writing Worksheet – Color and Trace Lowercase b

Color and Trace - Lowercase b Worksheet

In this comprehensive worksheet, journey through lowercase 'b' nuances, from elegant curves to its everyday presence.

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Rantz: Seattle English students told it’s ‘white supremacy’ to love reading, writing

Feb 14, 2024, 7:08 PM

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Lincoln High School in Seattle teachings on white supremacy leads to controversy. (School photo courtesy of the school district website; quiz images provided by a parent in the school district)

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Students in a Seattle English class were told that their love of reading and writing is a characteristic of “white supremacy,” in the latest Seattle Public Schools high school controversy. The lesson plan has one local father speaking out, calling it “educational malpractice.”

As part of the Black Lives Matter at School Week, World Literature and Composition students at Lincoln High School were given a handout with definitions of the “9 characteristics of white supremacy,” according to the father of a student. Given the subject matter of the class, the father found it odd this particular lesson was brought up.

The Seattle high schoolers were told that “Worship of the Written Word” is white supremacy because it is “an erasure of the wide range of ways we communicate with each other.” By this definition, the very subject of World Literature and Composition is racist. It also chides the idea that we hyper-value written communication because it’s a form of “honoring only what is written and even then only what is written to a narrow standard, full of misinformation and lies.” The worksheet does not provide any context for what it actually means.

“I feel bad for any students who actually internalize stuff like this as it is setting them up for failure,” the father explained to the Jason Rantz Show on KTTH.

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Everything is ‘white supremacy’ at Seattle Public Schools

The father asked to remain anonymous for fear of retribution against his child by Seattle Public Schools. He said the other pieces of the worksheet were equally disturbing.

The worksheet labels “objectivity,” “individualism,” and “perfectionism” as white supremacy. If students deny their own racism — or that any of the nine characteristics are legitimately racist — is also white supremacy. Denialism or being overly defensive is a racist example of an “entitlement to name what is an [sic] isn’t racism and that those with power have a right to be shielded from the stresses of antiracist work.”

The father argues the concepts are “incoherent and cannot stand any sort of reasoned analysis.” And he notes that it’s set up to ensure students accept every concept without ever questioning the claims.

“How is a 15-year-old kid supposed to object in class when ‘denial and defensiveness’ is itself a characteristic of white supremacy? This is truly educational malpractice.”

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Terms and definitions regarding white supremacy given to Lincoln High students.

White students told to apologize in yet another Seattle high school controversy

Another aspect of the white supremacy lesson at this Seattle school involved a video titled “Getting Called Out: How to Apologize” by Franchesca Ramsey. It’s reportedly presented in the context of white students expressing what the teacher views as “white supremacy.”

“Getting called out, in this context of this video, is when you say or do something that upholds the oppression of a marginalized group of people,” Ramsey says.

Ramsey says her advice is about becoming an ally and “doing the right thing.” She explains you shouldn’t “get defensive” by denying you’re oppressing marginalized people, even if you’re not actually oppressing marginalized people.

“What you really need to do is listen because this is where the other person is hopefully going to explain to you what you did wrong and how you can explain it,” she says.

In the context of the worksheet on white supremacy, it seems clear that students must merely accept that they are upholding oppression. Using the worksheet, if a student defends independence or a love of reading and writing, that student is supposed to accept that it’s white supremacist thinking and stop acting independently or loving to read and write.

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The worksheet on white supremacy.

Father says Seattle Public Schools isn’t serving students

The father says he taught his son to be on the lookout for this kind of Radical Left indoctrination. It’s why his son flagged the worksheets to him. But he notes that the curriculum doesn’t exactly help his kid on the subject he’s supposed to be learning.

“My problem with this curriculum is that this is supposed to be a writing and literature class and lessons like these do nothing to help my kid become a better writer,” the father explained. “I’m sure Lincoln administration will point to the high ELA proficiency scores but the high proportion of HCC [highly capable] kids (40% of the student body) is a big factor. With so many smart, hard working kids (white supremacists) it’s easy to support these luxury beliefs but system-wide only 63% of kids are proficient in English. Is this really the best use of class time? ”

The father also wonders how many students will fall for this toxic thinking across Seattle schools where concepts around white supremacy are so clearly partisan.

“I feel bad for any students who actually internalize stuff like this as it is setting them up for failure,” he said.

Seattle Public Schools spokespeople provided their normal response to requests for comment: none.

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‘How do white supremacy characteristics show up in your personal lives?’ was a question in a worksheet given to Lincoln High students.

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